To The Beach — Dorothy Freudenberg
17 x 13 limited edition digital media. "As we contemplate warmer weather, for those of us in Oregon, our thoughts might turn to the shores and beaches. Well, this piece was created for exactly that. The background word beach and arrow were actually from a sign on a concrete post that led to a small river sand spot at a part close to Maupin. Beaches exist in all sizes and places. The characters, hand in hand, were lifted from Railroad car graffiti, and with the addition of heads, they became a family, headed for a beach location, with all the fiery sun and warmth of the days ahead of us. People are already heading for beaches, with kayaks, paddleboards, chairs and picnics, as they seek restoration from an isolated winter. This very abstracted. bright modern depiction makes it ideal for a contemporary home. Printed on archival Hahnemuhle art paper, it will bring bright memories to your home memories. This is an unframed version."